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Question of the Week
What should happen to the EFL Trophy next season?
By: Richard Hubbert
AFTER nearly a three week break for the Mariners, they return to action in front of a full house at Boundary Park with over a thousand Town fans expected to travel to Lancashire for this relegation six pointer.
As most people will know by now, tickets are free at Boundary Park on Sunday thanks to the new consortium that has taken over Oldham Football Club following a torrid year that has seen them in administration for the most of it. The Mariner meanwhile, are in deep trouble of dropping into the relegation zone should results go against them on Saturday and they lose tomorrow. Also, needless to say, Paul Grovesâ€™ job is on the line.
Probable Starting XI's
Some Interesting Facts...
Last Time Out
It was only just over a month ago that Town met Oldham of course, in a thrilling 3-3 draw on Boxing Day. Town played most of the game with 10 men after the dismissal of Tony Crane and managed to hold off pressure from Oldham to keep them at bay. Phil Jevons scored two goals, with one beautiful lob over the keepr in front of the Pontoon. Michael Boulding grabbed the other with Johnson, Vernon and Cooksey scoring for Oldham
Town Team: Davison, McDermott, Crane (sent off 16), Edwards, Barnard, Campbell, Hamilton (Cas, 77) , Pouton, Jevons, Onuora (Ford, 18) , Boulding (Mansaram, 68)
Oldham Team: Pogliacomi, Clegg, Hudson, Haining, Griffin, Eyre, Murray, Boshell ( Eyres, 74) , Cooksey ( Roca, 88) , Johnson, Zola ( Vernon, 68)
Attendance: 6,172 Report
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